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to the u.s. about its nuclear program. one republic called it an iranian ploy. >> and as to iran, they've got quadruple the amount of enriched uranium to make a bomb they had before obama got in office. nothing is working. >> reporter: the white house denied a meeting is set, but added it is open to one-on-one talks. but a source warned, the administration is cautious, because the iranians have used negotiations in the past as a stalling tactic. what is clear, this will be a debate point. >> we have iran, four years closer to a nuclear bomb. >> reporter: not just iran. republicans want to know if enough was done to protect u.s. diplomats during the benghazi, libya, attack. abc news has learned a drone did arrive over that city as the attack was ending and diplomats were being evacuated, which could allow romney to renew his attack. >> it was not a spontaneous demonstrati demonstration, is that what you're saying? >> please proceed, governor. >> reporter: while the president has been out of site at camp david preparing for this last debate, we did get a hint of his plan. highlight the k
. >>> taking sides, the controversial case unfolding tonight, the mother of five shot and killed by a u.s. border agent, but what happened just beforehand? tonight two very different accounts. >>> lake invaders. what's happening to america's lakes? the living, breathing organism that can now be seen from space and the threat the families living nearby. tonight, our correspondent right in the middle of it with the new warning. >>> and sidelined. for the first time we're hearing from one of those replacement refs. the moment that had even the ref wanting to cry. what he's saying about it all. >>> good evening. it is great to have you with us here on a sunday night. there are just 37 days until the election, but tonight we are focused on a more urgent countdown. just three days until that crucial first debate between president obama and governor romney. the first chance for voters to see the candidates side by side in what many say is a make-or-break opportunity for governor romney to try to narrow that gap in the polls. tonight both sides in debate prep, both sides trying to lower expectati
it even worse. "world news" team coverage starts now. >>> good evening. it is great to have you with us on this sunday night. and as we come on the air for the west coast, you can see it swirling over my shoulder here. hurricane sandy, on the move tonight. more than 200 miles off the east coast, and this is a massive storm. it is already being felt along the coastline with whipping winds and rain that have flooded many communities. tens of millions of americans will be affected across a huge part of this country. hundreds of thousands have already been evacuated. we're now learning 2 million students and counting will stay home across seven staft states washington, d.c. here's a 3d view tonight of sandy's path, churning off the coast. winds up to 75 miles an hour. tomorrow morning, it will take aim at the coastline, turning inward and right now, it appears it will make landfall at midnight tomorrow near atlantic city, new jersey. you can see our extreme weather team and matt gutman is in the carolinas tonight. matt? >> reporter: good evening, david, from a very wet and surprisingly cold
, but the details on the big question, the motive, still remain unanswered. david? >> alex perez leading us off tonight. alex, thank you. >>> we're going to turn now to the race for president and the high stakes final debate that will take place right here in this hall tomorrow night. we are here in boca raton, as i mentioned at the top of the broadcast, and it is in this auditorium, where president obama and governor romney will go face-to-face for the last time. the president in the chair to the right, governor romney on the left. tonight, a new poll shows just how important this debate will be. president obama with a five-point lead among registered voters, but among likely voters, most likely to cast their ballot, it is a dead heat tonight. our team weighing in on issues and the campaign that has just 16 days to go. we're going to begin with david kerley at the white house tonight. david, good evening. >> reporter: taking a break from debate preparation, mitt romney flipped the coin for a football game with his staff and footbme. one republic called it an iranian ploy. >> and as to iran, th
this evening, look at this, the moment that had us riveted today. millions all over the world watching, that is the space helmet worn by the daredevil named felix baumgartner. watch this. he comes out of his capsule, jumping attempting the highest skydive ever surpassing speeds of 700 miles an hour, he was trying to smash the sound barrier. there were moments of danger when it seemed like he might spin out of control. he did survivor. but what about the record and what did we learn today that might help the future of space travel. ryan owe kens tonight on what it looked at the end of the ride. >> reporter: with cheers from his crew and tears from his mom, daredevil felix baumgartner began his improbable journey to the edge of space. >> capsule check, are you ready? >> go ahead. >> reporter: for 2 1/2 hours, the 43-year-old austrian skydiver floated to an astounding 24 miles up, 128,000 feet above the new mexico desert where he opened his capsule, hung his feet out the door, was reminded , saluted, and he just jumped >> release seat belt. >> reporter: saluted and he just jumped right in
have to use the trash bags for now. >> reporter: dan lives right on the shore but he's getting out. you're worried? >> yeah, i'm really worried. they just told a friend of mine, say, they think it's going to hit the bay, the bay and the ocean is going to come together. >> reporter: much of the 200 miles of jersey shore is a series of barrier islands with water on both sides. so, the concern isn't just about storm surge piling up from the ocean. it's also about storm surge coming off of bays just like this one, pushing into homes luke these on the other side of these their owe isla narrow isl. the storm comes at a bad time, as well, during a full moon. any surf will be especially dangerous. one last note for you. inland flooding will be an issue. west of philadelphia, anywhere like harrisburg or baltimore, we're watching for the rivers and little creeks to really fill up. we'll be watching and chasing the storm. back to you. >> ginger, our thanks to you. >>> the federal government just announcing moments ago it will shut down washington tomorrow. and here in new york city tonight, there'
an abundance of caution. abc's mark greenblatt leads us off. >> reporter: the pharmacy at the center of the meningitis outbreak today announced a voluntary recall of every product it makes, saying this action is being taken out of an abundance of caution due to the potential risk of contamination. >> i'm scared. >> reporter: the number of meningitis patients jumping today from 64 to 91 confirmed cases in 9 states with 7 confirmed deaths. the outbreak began with a contaminated shipment of drugs from the new england compounding center. that drug injected into the spine for back pain was contaminated with a fungus that can go from the spinal fluid up to the brain causing a rare form of meningitis. the company is one of thousands of compound pharmacies that mix their own medicine but don't have to meet fda safety standards for manufacturing drugs. the idea, to let some tailor make drugs for patients who need a special blend like those who have allergies, but it's not the first problem linked to these pharmacies. nine patients died last year in alabama after receiving a feeding solution m
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